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Map Hong Kong 1948-1977
Major General AG Patterson CB DSO OBE MC, GOC 17 Gurkha Division (and CO 2nd Battalion 1959-1961), presents the Wallace Memorial Trophy to Captain RA Pett, OC Support Company 2nd Battalion, Kluang 1967
A soldier dressed as a Cuttack Legionnaire, taken at the 150th Anniversary celebrations to commemorate the raising of the Regiment, Kluang 1967.
Major Harkasing Rai MC and Bar IDSM MM 1st Battalion, unique with his four gallantry decorations, retired in 1968.
2nd Battalion Officers, Kluang 1968
The new Colonel of the Regiment 1969 – Major General AG Patterson CB DSO OBE MC
Lt Col RNP Reynolds MBE takes the salute from A Company led by Capt RW Shoesmith at the Amalgamation Parade Hong Kong June 1969
Trooping of the Royal Pipe Banners of both Battalions at the Amalgamation Parade 1969. Pipe Majors 21134550 WO2 Lil Bahadur Gurung 2nd Bn and 21150579 Cpl Bom Bahadur Gurung 1st Bn.
Officers Gallipoli Barracks Hong Kong April 1970
British Officers, Hong Kong 1970
The BO’s team, Falling Plate winners at the Battalion Skill-At-Arms meeting, Hong Kong 1970. Mrs Primrose Reynolds, assisted by Maj E Powell-Jones, presents prizes to: Lt Col Reynolds, Freeland, O’Bree, T Whitehead, Scott, Godfrey, D Pettigrew.
‘The Ambush’ A Company relearning jungle skills, Brunei, 1974
The Colonel of the Regiment, Maj Gen AG Patterson DSO OBE MC, with Lt Col JN Kelly MC and Maj JGH Corrigan OC HQ Coy, talks to Capts (QGO) Toyebahadur Chand and Minbahadur Thapa, Brunei 1972.
1972 Nepal Cup football winners. The team came from Brunei to Hong Kong to play and had five members from the 1969 victorious team. They won again in 1973, making three wins in five years. 2Lt Bhagwansing had only joined the Battalion 3 months earlier.
Training in Hong Kong 1974 – notice the 48 Brigade red with white crossed kukris flash worn on the sleeve
The new Colonel of the Regiment 1974 – Brigadier D L Powell-Jones DSO OBE
The Battalion provided the Guard of Honour for HM The Queen’s visit to Hong Kong in May 1975. Major PD Pettigrew, the Guard Commander, accompanies Her Majesty with Lt Col CJ Scott behind.
Orderlies in summer day and night uniform alongside Bubble and Squeak and the Kars mortars, British Officers’ Mess Cassino Lines Hong Kong 1976
Major Duncan Briggs and Corporal Rinchen Wangdi-Lepcha on the summit of Annapurna South Peak, Nepal 1976